Maryland plays host to Georgia Tech Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
Wes Robinson is in his sixth year as the Terrapins' head football trainer. Robinson provides athletic training coverage of practice and games to all of Maryland's football student-athletes. Robinson also oversees assistant athletic trainers in their roles with the football program.
Robinson came to Maryland after seven years at Purdue University, where he was an assistant athletic trainer with the Boilermakers' football program and the head trainer for wrestling. Robinson also worked with the baseball team during his tenure.
Prior to Purdue, Robinson spent two years as a physical therapist and athletic trainer at the St. Elizabeth Sports Medicine Center. Robinson got his first job in football athletic training at the University of Kentucky, where he served as a graduate assistant from 1996-98.
Robinson holds two undergraduate degrees, receiving a bachelor of arts in physical education/exercise science from Morehead State University in 1995 and a bachelor of science in health sciences from the University of Kentucky in 1996. Robinson also earned a masters of science in physical therapy from Kentucky in 1998.
Robinson and his wife, Katy, have a daughter, Alex.